back when this album came out, the county i lived in had only 30, 000 people living in a 1800 square mile area, most of which was farm and woodlands. very few deputies. we used to get in my 68 chevelle which not only did i have the engine tweaked, it was one of the very first sound systems tweaked in the county.. and just ride listening doing thing that are frowned upon now, making pig and sheep noise.
Animal Instincts, the bootleg from the '77 Oakland show, contains an absolutely phenomenal performance of this song, as well as the rest of the album, Wish You Were Here in its' entirety,Money, Us And Them, and a surprise second encore featuring the last ever performance of Careful With That Axe, Eugene.
"David Gilmour's guitar tone is unbelievable. Empathic guitar solo at the end of this." It's actually Roger Waters on the rythm guitar and the second solo. Gilmour plays bass and the talkbox oink
One of Floyd's best. The small bass fills in the instrumental middle section are surprisingly smooth and tasty - Very groovy. When listening to the last 30 or so seconds of that ending solo, I think that it should've continued a little longer before fading out, it's just too good. Gilmour is really getting into it and then it's over.